Pavlíná Pížová, a Czech woman who survived a month in an isolated spot in New Zealand following the death of her partner, is set to return to the Czech Republic on Tuesday, Czech news sites reported. The body of her partner Ondřej Petr has been identified and an autopsy is taking place at the start of this week, bringing the case to a close, the sites said. Their ordeal made headlines around the world after Ms. Pížová was discovered in a mountain cabin; she had survived three nights in the snow prior to finding the shelter and was unable to return to civilisation due to adverse weather conditions.
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